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JOB: Normandy Park Police Department seeking to hire one full-time Officer

JOB: Normandy Park Police Department seeking to hire one full-time Officer

The Normandy Park Police Department will be hiring one full-time Officer in early 2015, and the deadline to test for the position is Dec. 15. “Do you have what it takes to work for the City of Normandy... [Read more]

Gregerson, Burrage debate 33rd District race for state Legislature

Gregerson, Burrage debate 33rd District race for state Legislature

http://b-townblog.com/wp-content/images/CandidateForum093014.mp3 To listen to the audio from our Candidate Forum, click the “Play” button above. by Jack Mayne Photos by Michael... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Scenes from Normandy Park’s 2014 ‘Zombie Fest’

PHOTOS: Scenes from Normandy Park’s 2014 ‘Zombie Fest’

The 3rd annual ‘Zombie Fest’ crawled into – and took over – the Normandy Park Towne Center on Saturday, Sept. 27, with hordes of brain-eating humans having a blast. This year’s theme... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Mayor, Councilmembers take part in police training exercises

PHOTOS: Mayor, Councilmembers take part in police training exercises

At the Criminal Justice Training Center last Saturday (Sept. 20), Normandy Park Police Chief Chris Gaddis, along with Mayor Susan West and three other councilmembers, conducted a “Council Police... [Read more]

Welcome our latest innovation: our own 24/7 ‘Puget Sound Weather Geek’!

Welcome our latest innovation: our own 24/7 ‘Puget Sound Weather Geek’!

Press PLAY for live streaming video by the Puget Sound Weather Geek! We’re proud to introduce our latest innovation – our own hyperlocal weatherperson, the Puget Sound Weather Geek (aka Chris... [Read more]

Normandy Park crime generally down, arrests and service calls up

Normandy Park crime generally down, arrests and service calls up

by Jack Mayne Burglaries and assaults were down in Normandy Park last year over 2012, Police Chief Chris Gaddis told the City Council Tuesday night. Increases were logged for the number of calls for service,... [Read more]

New Normandy Park City Manager Glenn Akramoff sees the glass as ‘Half Full’

New Normandy Park City Manager Glenn Akramoff sees the glass as ‘Half Full’

by Ralph Nichols New Normandy Park City Manager Glenn Akramoff walked onto a financial tightrope when he started his new job July 8. But, Akramoff told The B-Town Blog recently, Normandy Park’s financial... [Read more]

Founder of Piledriving Company Goes ‘APE’ Over Upcoming Local UFO Film

Founder of Piledriving Company Goes ‘APE’ Over Upcoming Local UFO Film

John White, Founder of American Piledriving Equipment (APE) and a Normandy Park resident, has stepped up to pile on the majority of funding for an historic local UFO conspiracy movie that will begin filming... [Read more]

Highline One of Seven School Districts to Win $40 Million ‘Race to the Top’ Grant

Highline One of Seven School Districts to Win $40 Million ‘Race to the Top’ Grant

Highline Public Schools is one of seven King County districts to win a share of $40 million in federal “Race to the Top” funds, the U.S. Department of Education announced Tuesday (Dec. 11). Highline,... [Read more]

‘Scale the Heights’ Benefit Raises Over $14,000 for Autism Research

‘Scale the Heights’ Benefit Raises Over $14,000 for Autism Research

With lights aglow and merry music filling the festively-decorated Normandy Park model home at Josephine Parc, generous supporters gathered to raise money AND have a great time Thursday night, Dec. 6. The... [Read more]